Monthly Archive:: April 2018

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Education Leaders Talk Funding with North Bellmore

Education leaders visit North Bellmore The North Bellmore School District welcomed New York State Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia, Regent Roger Tilles and State Senator  John Brooks on April 19 to discuss school funding. North Bellmore Superintendent Marie Testa, left, joined by

Donate Pet Food Today

New York State Assemblyman Dave McDonough is teaming with Long Island Cares and Baxter’s Pet Pantry to gather donations of pet food to help more pets stay in their homes with their families and not be taken to shelters for lack

To Build a Better Library

CONSTRUCTION ON TEMPORARY LIBRARY IN FULL SWING: After months of preparation to find a suitable location for a temporary library, and then to await approval from the New York State Department of Education to build one after an empty local building

County Transportation Improvement Plan will Create Safer Roads

Nassau County is initiating a Roadway Sustainability and Compliance Study, through New York Metropolitan Transportation Council’s United Planning Works Program (UPWP), to assess existing roadway conditions on county-owned roads so that the Department of Public Works (DPW) staff can prepare ongoing
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Kennedy Regeneron Winners Feted by Hempstead Town

Town of HempsteadCouncilwoman Erin King Sweeney honored high school science scholars in the township at a reception held at Hempstead Town Hall.  The students were scholarship winners in the Regeneron Science Talent Search contest. Councilwoman Erin King Sweeney (center) presents Certificates
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Smart is in: Get Smart!

RANDI SATNICK In one week’s time I knew I had better get smarter, and fast! It became strikingly apparent that I was falling behind. Being “smart” is no longer a phenomenon for the future or something just for techies. Smart is